Appeals court says intelligence leaders who defended dragnet – which was revealed by Snowden to the Guardian – were not telling the truth About time. Now can you please pardon Snowden now? … Continue reading NSA surveillance exposed by Snowden was illegal, court rules seven years on
The former NSA contractor needs to accept at least a measure of criminal responsibility for his actions. Wait a minute! As one commenter, chunli, on the article wrote: Did you just call for … Continue reading No pardon for Edward Snowden – Washington Post. What?
A never-before-published NSA manual makes it clear that malware released by a hacker group this week came from the spy agency. The danger of these exploits is that they can be used … Continue reading The NSA Was Hacked, Snowden Documents Confirm
More than 800 pages of formerly classified NSA documents, including emails sent from the highest levels of government, give unprecedented insight into both Edward Snowden’s final weeks at the agency and its … Continue reading Exclusive: Snowden Tried to Tell NSA About Surveillance Concerns, Documents Reveal
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says Edward Snowden performed a “public service” by triggering a debate over surveillance techniques, but still must pay a penalty for illegally leaking a trove of … Continue reading Eric Holder now says Edward Snowden performed ‘public service’
We are witnessing a compression of the time frame in which unconstitutional activities can continue before they are exposed by acts of conscience. Article by Edward Snowden. Whistleblowing is an important component … Continue reading Whistleblowing Is Not Just Leaking — It’s an Act of Political Resistance
Edward Snowden says that the most important aspect of social media is that you can get things out directly.– You can take the story and simply quote the relevant part, simply signaling … Continue reading Edward Snowden interview with Dagens Nyheter
Congratulations to the brave Guardian as well as the Washington Post for winning the Pulitzer Prize for reporting the NSA revelations provided to them by Edward Snowden, who should also win some … Continue reading Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer on NSA Reporting
The journalists, one American (Greenwald) and one British (Poitras) are risking their freedom entering the United States on Friday to accept the George Polk Award in Journalism. Greenwald reported the Snowden leaks, … Continue reading Journalists Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras to risk entering the US Friday
…the last year has been a reminder that democracy may die behind closed doors, but we as individuals are born behind those same closed doors, and we don’t have to give up … Continue reading Edward Snowden at TED Talks
Good argument by Anonymous, if governments resort to hacking, and denial of service attacks, then those acts cannot be classified as “terrorist acts”, thank you very much. Continue reading Anonymous responds to GCHQ’s war against them
This looks like an interesting documentary on the Snowden Documents and how Sweden, the country that is “totally not in bed with the United States and is totally not doing the United’s … Continue reading The Snowden Documents and Sweden
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